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Ratdog Live at Sandy Point Beach on 2001-09-03

by Ratdog

Topics Live concert


Jam > Jack Straw > Bird Song* > K.C. Moan, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Odessa > Dear Prudence, Bury Me Standing > Good Morning Little Schoolgirl > Greatest Story Ever Told, Iko Iko+ > Bass/Drums# > Jam* > Bird Song* > Brokedown Palace

E: Touch of Grey > Brokedown Palace


Collection Ratdog
Band/Artist Ratdog
Venue Sandy Point Beach
Location Boise, ID

Source SBD > DAT > CD > EAC > SHN
Taped by
Transferred by

Notes

*-w/ Karl Denson and Andy Cleaves;
+-w/ Karl Denson, A.J. Santella, and Rusted Root on percussion;
#-w/ DJ Logic and Rusted Root on percussion, then just Logic, Rob, and Jay;
Bob sat in for DJ Logic's 1st set and with KDTU;
Rob sat in for DJ Logic's 2nd set;
Mark sat in with Rusted Root

(So Many Roads Festival)

Reviews

Reviewer: micah6vs8 - - December 2, 2010
Subject: Bookmark
must listen
Reviewer: nigeldavahah - - December 2, 2010
Subject: Rusted Root @ drums
So Many Roads Tour- saw the Cleveland show :)

great sound !
Reviewer: McGannahan Skjellyfetti - - September 26, 2005
Subject: Idaho in Ratdog
Ratdog during the jazz-horn/electronica-Denson period, a bit looser than the straight-ahead-rock-n-roll of Ratdog's other assemblages. However, in typical fashion, Bob broke out the acoustic for "KC Moan" right after an extended jazzy-electronic "Bird Song" jam.

Ratdog played with Denson's Tiny Universe and Rusted Root in the So Many Roads Festivals. Ratdog opens with a great jam into Jack Straw and Bird Song, very jazzy with the horns and structure.

Sound quality is decent, problems coming from the hig-end drums (cymbals) tracking as fuzz, hiss and distortion.

Granted, a concoction of hops and hrooms were buzzing 'round my head like flies, so I dont remember the Touch of Grey closer, but I did have the typical disillusioned synchronistic pseudo-connection with the entertainment onstage when I yelled "Brokedown Palace" several times and lo and behold, they closed with it. Of course, no one sitting beyond five-feet of me could hear it, let alone anyone onstage, and as it turns out they closed with Brokedown commonly that summer.
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